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Old 08-15-2014, 02:11 PM   #1
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Default HERE'S LUCY Labor Day Marathon on Cozi TV

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Very cool! Hope they show episodes that feature Craig a lot !!!
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Very cool! Hope they show episodes that feature Craig a lot !!!

This is quite a turnaround for a network that, until recently, only aired dramas.
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The marathon starts at 6 AM beginning with the first episode of the series, "Mod, Mod Lucy," and airing each subsequent episode in order. The marathon continues at least until midnight. So unless there are repeats, 36 episodes will air, many of which have already aired in the last couple weeks (the regularly scheduled episodes that have been been broadcast so far on Cozi are from season one).
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The marathon starts at 6 AM beginning with the first episode of the series, "Mod, Mod Lucy," and airing each subsequent episode in order. The marathon continues at least until midnight. So unless there are repeats, 36 episodes will air, many of which have already aired in the last couple weeks (the regularly scheduled episodes that have been been broadcast so far on Cozi are from season one).


I saw quite a few episodes on Labor day!! You were right, the drivers license ep was really good! Craig really aced the test!! Driving and written! Lucy was funny and OMG the "Cracker Jack man" was in it! They did have good comedy chemistry together, and I really liked seeing the old 60's style cars . that was cool. I like old cars.

Another one I caught was Milton Berle as a crooked used car salesman, Funny ep, and again very cool seeing the old cars! The car the kids bought was a lemon, but it was very colorful and cool looking!

Loved the ep on the road trip where Lucy unknowingly marries the Indian chief. That was hilarious! The whole four part series was pretty good! The Academy, the rapids . And a nice plus is it is season 2, and Craig is growing up, and he's losing his little boy look, and getting hot guy cute at this point!

And I saw the Gorboona ep!!! very, very silly, but I have to admit, it tickled my funny bone!!! And yes, it did not look like Topanga canyon at all, more like a tropical jungle!

The Carol Burnett ep was a bit corny! I actually vividly remember seeing that one as a child! As a little girl I found it fun! I found the gymnastics to be really entertaining though! I wondered if they were actually team USA gymnasts from the 1968 Olympics?

Well, now it is 4:00 and I'm off early from work today, time for Lucy! Hope they show good eps today!!!
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Another one I caught was Milton Berle as a crooked used car salesman, Funny ep, and again very cool seeing the old cars! The car the kids bought was a lemon, but it was very colorful and cool looking!

Berle I think is one of relatively few actors who appeared on Here's Lucy, The Lucy Show, and The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour -- I mean another obvious one was Vivian Vance. I think my favorite one was Berle's Lucy Show appearance because I'm a fan of Ruta Lee. Strange though that he didn't appear in drag in any of them, unless I'm mistaken...! LOL
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I saw quite a few episodes on Labor day!! You were right, the drivers license ep was really good! Craig really aced the test!! Driving and written! Lucy was funny and OMG the "Cracker Jack man" was in it! They did have good comedy chemistry together, and I really liked seeing the old 60's style cars . that was cool. I like old cars.

Oh gee, I forgot the Cracker Jack commercials! I think he did a lot of commercials back in the '70s.

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Another one I caught was Milton Berle as a crooked used car salesman, Funny ep, and again very cool seeing the old cars! The car the kids bought was a lemon, but it was very colorful and cool looking!

I agree, funny episode.

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And I saw the Gorboona ep!!! very, very silly, but I have to admit, it tickled my funny bone!!! And yes, it did not look like Topanga canyon at all, more like a tropical jungle!

To me it's Gilligan's Island humor, which is very different from what Lucille Ball is remembered and appreciated for. And I can't get in to Gilligan's Island-type stuff, so I have to pass on this one.

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Berle I think is one of relatively few actors who appeared on Here's Lucy, The Lucy Show, and The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour -- I mean another obvious one was Vivian Vance. I think my favorite one was Berle's Lucy Show appearance because I'm a fan of Ruta Lee. Strange though that he didn't appear in drag in any of them, unless I'm mistaken...! LOL

Milton Berle and Danny Thomas, who also appeared in each of these three series. And, of course, Gale Gordon appeared in Here's Lucy, The Lucy Show, The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour and I Love Lucy and My Favorite Husband.
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